Please post a minimalist mitx case, I'm aware of the In-win 901.
Also Jonsbo/Cooltek cases, many imported by Rosewill. This one in fact can hold a mATX.
The inside. I've ventured to build an extremely dense build like this, the temps don't seem too bad from what I've seen
There is space for a slim drive, but I'd rather use that for SSD's or something. Get an external drive instead, you can use it between multiple machines without any hassle that one time a year you need it.
No, it'll extend too far out the side. It does fit the accelero xtreme III though.
Only reason I figure getting an Elite 110 is if you don't plan on using a graphics card
>mfw Corsair 250D
>RAM crapped out
>Frys only carries Corsair RAM
The shill got me
I think so. Apple certainly is, some of their new laptops just dont have a cd drive and OS X is phasing out live cd support. And if history is any indication, Apple usually sets the standard that all the cheap asian companies end up following.
USBs are better in virtually every way, they're reusable, have much better mobility, have more space.
Except game cds maybe, but most of us torrent anyway so who cares.
mfw when I go to make a comment but anon has already made it for me
Fractal Design only made one mini-ITX so far. But the Fractal shills are strong in this part of town.
How long until they just use these instead of dvd's for games.
If it were going to happen, it would have happened already.
You can argue that it's still useful for people in Australia or rural areas with very low bandwidth caps, but all the game companies who used to distribute things on CD/DVD are still tooled to produce lots and lots of CD/DVDs.
Think of the logistics and sunken cost involved in switching to USB, especially since games usually don't take up more than 4 DVDs of space (not that many people are distributing full games on more than 1 DVD anyway).
>why are people pirating our games
>it certainly can't be because we refuse to evolve our company with the technology
>we invested a lot of money in these obsolete product anyway let's just force it down their throats
If you have the bandwidth to pirate, you have the bandwidth to legally download the game (almost always an option now, I can't think of any game that doesn't), so that isn't why people pirate games. This is a discussion about physical distribution. Unless you buy your pirated games from some guy on your block who sells them on USB, your comment is irrelevant. If that IS what your comment is about, people don't generally pirate that way.
Actually their very first case was mini-ITX. An all-aluminum predecessor to the Node304, the Array and Array R2 (2-slot update) were OEM'd by Lian Li. Neither case is available anymore.
This is the one I'd get. $50. There is space next to the 200mm front fan where longer cards fit into.
Drives mounted on the other side panel, hard to see.
Thanks, not too impressed with mine to be honest. I tried to make a few builds with it but always went back to other cases, it's still sitting in the box, and I have no idea what I should do with it.